fiction, short story

Unexpected (fiction)

Molly was bored. She got stood up by her so called friends who decided to go to a club instead of meeting her at the boardwalk. She had been people watching for over an hour now. She had seen every body type imaginable, a few that even defied the laws of physics. She involuntarily shuddered.

Her long was pulled through the hole in the back of her baseball cap, but the long tendrils still managed to tease her face. She took her cap off, braided her thick hair, and put the braid through the hole. That was better.

She looked up, and saw a woman watching her. Molly rarely dressed up, and today she was wearing her faded blue jeans, her Dolphins t-shirt and her Dolphins cap. Molly wondered if the woman was staring at her because of the team gear. Molly just smiled at her, and then looked away.

But then her curiosity made her look back. The woman was literally voluptuous. She was curvy. She had blond curls that cascaded down her back. The breeze was teasing the curls, and blowing them around. She was still watching Molly.

The look on the other woman’s face was surprising. She was looking at Molly like a dog eyes a bone. Molly could recognize lust in a man’s eyes, but this was the first time she had experienced it from a woman. And she realized she liked it. She felt a surge of lust hit her own nether regions, and shifted on the bench.

Molly wasn’t sure what to do. She wanted to approach the woman, but was suddenly afraid to. They still held eye contact. The obvious look of desire in the woman’s eye’s made Molly’s nipples tighten. She could feel them pressing against the cotton of t-shirt. It had to be obvious to anyone looking at her. And the blonde was certainly looking.

Her lips curved into a smile, and she walked towards Molly. She looked down at Molly’s chest, then up at Molly’s eyes. “Does that mean you’re happy to see me?” And then, she laughed. She said, “My name is Dana. I couldn’t help but feel I was getting vibes off of you, and wanted to introduce myself.”

Molly was speechless for half a minute. Then she responded with her name. Dana held her hand out, and asked if Molly wanted to walk down the boardwalk. Molly took her hand, and Dana pulled her up. Molly tripped as she was rising up, and she stumbled. She bumped into Dana’s chest, and froze. Her face flushed a bright red. She looked into Dana’s eyes, and then everything else disappeared. All she could see were those sky blue eyes.

Dana touched Molly’s face, and her eyes were questioning. Molly unconsciously licked her lips. That was all the encouragement Dana needed. She had to lean down since Molly was a bit shorter, and she kissed her. Molly responded by pressing her body closer to Dana. Her nipples were now as hard as rocks.

Molly’s hand went to the back of Dana’s head. Her fingers tangled in the curls. Dana tasted like peppermint, and smelled like roses. Molly couldn’t get enough.

A group of guys walked by, and their catcalls and whistles broke the spell. Molly and Dana both looked dazed. Neither of them was sure what had just happened.

They were still facing each other, just inches apart. Neither of them said a word. Heavy breathing was obvious in both of them. Molly stood still, she wanted to make a move, but Dana had taken the lead so far.

Dana bit her lip. She looked as if she wanted to say something, but she was afraid to. Molly waited. Dana took a deep breath. Molly couldn’t help, but look at her magnificent cleavage. She got distracted for a moment. Dana cleared her throat, and laughed when Molly looked up with a guilty face.

Dana smiled. She said, “I was going to ask you to come back to my room with me, but I don’t want to rush things. Will you have dinner with me, and see how things go?”

Molly would have said yes to going to the room, but she didn’t want to rush things either. She agreed to dinner. They bickered for a moment over where, then picked a little hole in the wall place a few blocks away. They decided to walk.

Molly had a feeling there wouldn’t be a very long meal. They were both interested in the same thing, and it wasn’t food. Molly suddenly had an attack of shyness. She needed to be upfront with Dana. So she stopped walking.

Dana looked at her with a puzzled expression. Molly didn’t know what to say, or how to say it. So she just blurted out that she was a virgin, and had no clue what she was doing, or how to proceed.

Dana smiled, and took Molly’s hands in hers. She told Molly that she was experienced enough for the both of them, and it would be her pleasure to teach Molly. She looked behind Molly, and smiled again. “Um, decision time. Do you still want to go to dinner, or we can step inside, go to my room, and order pizza?

Molly turned around, and realized they were standing in front of a hotel. She looked into Dana’s eyes. And Molly knew that dinner was going to be pizza in a hotel room that night.

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3 thoughts on “Unexpected (fiction)

  1. Love this! Just as amazing as the second one. However, I was curious as to the ending (when the two would be getting pizza for dinner). I felt that you wanted it to be ambiguous, but I was wondering if you intended for the tone to be hopeful or of disappointment? I think I know which it might be, but just wanted your opinion (after all, you’re the author!).

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